When a commercial site is developed for office, retail, or industrial use, the commercial property itself doesn’t become beautiful and healthy on its own. Commercial landscapes take a great deal of time and effort to maintain and protect as there are a number of factors that can impact them in a negative way, hurting growth and beauty. Today’s blog post looks at four tips to having a healthy commercial property this year. By having these commercial landscape services, commercial property owners give their sites a greater chance to withstand any kind of property threat or severe weather condition.
We regularly promote the benefits of professional Tree Pruning on our website, largely because the positive impact to trees is so significant. Too often, trees are either never pruned and have drooping and overweight branches, or they are excessively pruned, and they are left damaged and unattractive. Professional Tree Pruning performed by Certified Arborists ensures the weight of the tree is evenly distributed, promotes future growth by removing dead and damaged branches, keeps tree limbs away from utility lines, and helps ensure the tree remains attractive with lasting curb appeal. Simply put, a properly pruned tree is a healthy and vibrant tree.
Our plants, trees, and lawns rely on healthy soil in order to gain essential nutrients and minerals needed for optimal growth throughout the year. Soil can become unhealthy over time due to compaction, poor watering or drought, contamination, or erosion. When soil becomes unhealthy, so does the entire commercial property. Soil Aeration is the process of creating small holes in the soil to allow it to better absorb water, oxygen, and fertilizer, resulting in improved property health. The soil becomes softer and healthier, allowing the property to thrive throughout the year.
Mulching serves two key purposes for commercial sites in the greater Houston area. First, mulching helps protect trees and plants from invasive weeds that can choke the life out of healthy plant life. Noxious weeds compete with plants and trees for soil minerals and nutrients, but mulching can help keep weeds from growing or spreading across commercial properties. In addition, healthy organic mulch can protect trees and plants by protecting root systems from the blazing heat of Houston summers.
Irrigation Maintenance Or Installation
Plants, lawns, and trees depend on regular watering for survival, especially during Houston summers or periods of drought. Business owners typically rely on irrigation systems to handle their property watering needs, but not all commercial irrigation systems function properly or offer their property lasting benefits. Commercial property owners need high-quality irrigation systems that can detect when property watering levels need to be adjusted, and can conserve water by reducing waste or runoff.
Commercial properties are a vital part of the Houston economy, and maintaining their health, beauty, and value are of the utmost important to commercial property owners. LMC can help with our full range of professional, top-quality Commercial Landscape Management services, including Commercial Landscape Maintenance, Soil Aeration, Seasonal Planting and Mulching, Irrigation Installation and Maintenance, Tree Pruning and Tree Planting, and Deep Root Fertilization. Contact LMC at 713-688-2435 for more information or to schedule a free consultation!